Snowy Woods

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  1. P Bailey

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    Looks like they left in a hurry. ;)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    They must have ended in that quagmire years and years and years ago and did NOT find a nice farmer and his tractor to come and pull them out. Oh, what fate might I have faced, had I not found that farmer :shock:...!!!

    You know the story, of course?
     
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    Cool shot!!! :thumbup: Love the way you composed this one. The background is just a tad dark on my monitor.

    Where have you been, PB? Nice to see some work from you! :)
     
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    I have been very busy with a move to another state and changing jobs. I have finally found some time to shoot some film with the old cameras. I will be posting some winter shots from Maine in the near future.
     
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    I like the composition and B&W, it makes the car seem older. But why the near side is blurry?
     
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    This photo was taken with a Welmy Six. It was a low light situation that required an f/stop of 5.6 and a shutter speed of 1/50. This camera's lens may not perform well at these settings. Or this camera being a folder, may have some problems with the open position of the lens in relation to the film plane. I will make some adjustments and shoot another roll soon.
     
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    A good rustic-like photo. Good work
     

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